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This is a guest post by frequent contributor Brian Goldfarb, who responds to the latest antisemitism scandal in the Labour Party. The Left’s Jewish Problem This is a journalistic “rapid response” to the failure of the Labour Party to expel … Continue reading
There have been several alarming incidents of antisemitism around the world in recent days. In Paris, two Jewish men were viciously assaulted, and sickeningly, one of them had his finger sawed off! The other two notable incidents took place in … Continue reading
This is another Guest Post by frequent contributor and reader Brian Goldfarb. Over the last few months Brian wrote part 1 and part 2 of his Beginner’s Guide to BDS series, and this is the third part. Brian writes: As … Continue reading
I’m reluctant to post bad news on erev Chag, but I didn’t get around to this yesterday and I don’t want to ignore the issue. On Monday the British Parliament took time out from its domestic woes – the NHS … Continue reading